The Royal family have always been great philanthropists.
With wealth, one is in a position of responsibility. You must try to help others. It is as simple as that.
What's dangerous is the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few individuals.
There is nothing shameful about being efficient.
To lose your last remaining parent is the toughest thing. It is a very lonely thing.
Charities must treat donors as if they were shareholders.
I see my boys about 10 days every month. And, yes, they are the most important people in my life.
I think I was born into an incredibly fortunate environment.
In markets, you have rich years, and you have less rich years.
Strong organizations with strong risk controls will survive and prosper.
The billionaire who sits on his money and doesn't do anything for the common good - I'm not interested in that person.
Historically, over the last two or three hundred years, the relationship that we've had with money as a society - having money, talking about money - has been a little bit of a shameful thing. Splashing money about is clearly wrong, but there's nothing wrong about giving it back.
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